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Dub last won the day on November 14 2018

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About Dub

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  • Birthday 09/14/1968

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    Georgia
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    Popping a top, firing up the coals and TDA when I can.
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Thanks, man. It's been a long while, I'm afraid. My grilling has falling off to almost forgetting how to start the coals, lol. I did cook a batch of brats'n beer last night with my son, nephew, Dad & BIL.....used Dad's Weber gasser. They turned out great.....but man....it has been a long time.
  2. Very nice !!! He's a great guy. That's one to be proud of.
  3. They are even better camouflaged in the dead grass, pine straw and wooded areas I sometimes hunt. As bad as I dislike rattlesnakes......I HATE water moccasins. They are aggressive and meaner all get out. Territorial brutes. You made a good snake outa that one.
  4. One of the owners of my favorite local gun shop has his 4-door Jeep completely "painted" with the bedlinen material. It looks great. He loves it.
  5. Thank you both. This was something different than the cancer mess. Working with a cardiologist to sort it all out. He’s getting all his ducks in a row. No blockages or evidence of “plumbing “ problem. Appears to be “electrical “. My terms not his.
  6. Thanks. The guacamole and beans are family favorites.
  7. I wished I'd have found out about these prior to buying the Stargazer..........they have 8", 10" and 12" and look to be even better finished. https://smitheyironware.com/seasoning/ I know what just made it to my Christmas list.
  8. Tonight's dinner..........I'm still holding back because the frenzy is real.........not wanting to get forked or knifed. I'll go ahead and introduce the star of the show on our table tonight....the dry pintos....that were soaked quicklike and made into frijoles. Made a batch of mango-pineapple salsa. Made a batch of Ro-Tel salsa....easiest thing you've ever made. Also
  9. I've got a small assortment of cast iron skillets that I cook with. I've been running a 10" Lodge the longest. It still has that pebbly feel on the cooking surface no matter what I've re-seasoned with. Thusly I use it for my cornbread and such....as well as other things. I wanted something smooth enough that I could cook eggs with. I found that with the Stargazer 10" skillet. It arrived smooth as silk and it's been a nice work in progress to season it through cooking meats on it. It's a hoot watching eggs slide around nicely with a shake of the handle.
  10. Posting from my Mac......have been extremely well served by this thing..............hoping your new one will handle your needs for many years of trouble free service.
  11. Thank you. These are very, very simple in terms of ingredients. Ingredients: 2.5 cups of White Lilly or Southern Biscuit Flour (I'm sure other brands of self-rising would work just fine...these are the two I've tried). 1 stick of frozen butter that is removed and grated.....or a 1/2 cup butter version of Crisco vegetable shortening 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese (optional) 1 cup cold butter milk parchment paper pan 425 degree oven Directions: Use large mixing bowl to stir in grated frozen butter, cheddar
  12. I can say with today's breakfast.....it was much better than yesterday's protein shake on the way out the door. Hour-plus round trip to the doctor and 4 hour appointment/testing/consult for my wife & her doctor all went well. Very relieved. Confirmed & ruled out some stuff that had been concerning us. So relieved, in fact.....that we both slept 12+ hours last night....catching up on the missed sleep over the past few days. I can't remember last time I slept so long or so well. Relief and answered prayers evidently added to the comfort that cool weather and a
  13. Thanks, man. Favorite meal of the day on those day's off we get. Good strong coffee & chilling with the dogs and then get stuff ready before the house wakes up. Thanks. Let's just say they are mighty fond of when I'm here and firing up a grill or breaking out a skillet. They know they get their pirate's share of the loot. They each had some steak this morning. I held off on letting them have the T-bone bones.
  14. Before I even lifted a knife I knew tonight's dinner would be a home run with the tribe. Reason being that a buddy at work brought me some of his excellent hash that folks go crazy over. All I had to do was thaw it out and pour it over some rice....easy....done.....no work involved. I'm not a big fan of hash but I have to say his is mighty good. Already had some leftovers from yessaday so no work there, either. So....what did I have to do ? Cut up a smallish shicken and rub it down and try not to ruin it on the grill.
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